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June 19, 2012
Here's an idea !!! Let's bury him alive !!!!!
The victims should cross post his pic all over the www. He'll wish he was the one in that hole, or perhaps back in prison.
My God. What has the justice system in California come to? Thank God heroic bus driver Frank Edward Ray did not live to see this nightmare decision.
But what about all the children who were kidnapped, terrorized and tortured, their distraught families, the involved officers, the prosecution team, the jury, and EVERYONE ELSE in California and ALL THROUGH THIS NATION?!
What a horror. NO! NO!! NO!!!
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if you can't keep childkillers(what if they didn't get out)in then we might as well let everyone go..smh..that's why i could never be a parole board member....your job is to let criminals go...how do they sleep at night esp. when the a-holes commit more crimes...these liberals are kikling our Country.....
Disgusting! The penalty for kidnapping just one person can be life for crying out loud. These three sick individuals kidnapped 26 KIDS and subjected them and their parents to untold horrors! They should NEVER see the light of day. The ONLY reason nobody died is because of the great work of the police officers involved
It is so frustrating to do your job, catch and convict the bad guys and then have their sentence commuted.
"two years for every victim unfair"?! BS! The ruling to set him free is ignorance and overconfidence from liberal judges that this mentally deranged POS won't kill innocents.
Why are these monsters still alive?
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